Farmunterkunft Hjardarbol

721 Hjaroarbol i Olfusi , Selfoss, 801, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Selfoss

Golden Circle, Sultan, and Lake Kleifavartn

A travel blog entry by karanathan


... Thingvellir National Park and start our trek through the Golden Circle. The Golden Circle is a variety of different natural attractions. First up was Parliament and the Silfra, which we saw snorkeling as well but this time it was just a quick walk and snap a few a few photos. Then it was off to see Geyser and Gullfoss.

Along the way we stopped several times to stop and snap some photos of the Icelandic Horses that roam about almost everywhere. ...

Þingvellir National Park

A travel blog entry by sam.floy


... everything in the car, and drove up to the Information Centre (in the rain). We deliberated on whether to pack up our bags, and decided that Present Team would do Future Team a favour, and do the work now. After 10 minutes, all of our bags were (fairly) nicely packed up.

Several diving buses turned up, and eventually we found one that was for us. Ian would be our instructor, and once we signed away our disclaimers and paid - some of ...


A travel blog entry by icejem


... first jump and it wasn't terrifying any more. They did a few more jumps. I went back to the paddling river. There were lots of people paddling by now so I went back in. By now it was just really cold instead of toe-endangeringly cold. I paddled, waded out towards the waterfall and generally enjoyed being in the water. I went back to the fissures to be picked up. The bus was late and by the time it arrived, I was wishing I'd climbed back to the viewpoint to get ...

Golden Circle & Blue Lagoon

A travel blog entry by healsby


... and out of our mouths, we ended up on another lonely gravel road in Reykjanesbaer, past Keflavik, attempting to find the bridge between the continents. We were down by the coast with no one around (another theme in Iceland) when we found a sign for it. It was again incredibly windy, but we hiked out to the bridge to have a look around. The Bridge Between Continents does what it says on the's a bridge that connects the continents of America and Europe, over ...

We are stretched between North America and Europe

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint


Iceland has the world's highest per capita prevalence of Nobel Prize winners. His name is Halldór Laxness, author of Independent People and many other wonderful books. You see, the entire population of Iceland is about 320,000, roughly half the population of Seattle and almost precisely one one-thousandth that of the US. So in Iceland a single Nobel laureate goes a long way. Of interest, about 200,000 Icelanders live in Reykjavik, which means ...


This hotel, located on 721 Hjaroarbol i Olfusi , Selfoss, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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